What Kind of Footage Do Historical Colorists Like Best?

Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, Prohibition, the Roaring '20s. According to the historians and art directors from Composite Films who worked meticulously on America in Color, these were some of their favorite subjects to research and bring to life. (1:48)

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